|Node Access in Drupal 7 (and Drupal 8)|
This talk will look at the features and changes in the Node Access system for Drupal 7. Out of the box, Drupal is a great system for creating and managing content. However, there are cases where your needs require additional requirements for which users can create, view, edit and delete content. To solve this problem, Drupal provides its Node Access system. Node Access provides an API for determining the grants, or permissions, that a user has for each node...
Keywords: NYC Camp; NYC Camp 2012; Drupal; Palantir
Downloads: 20 (1 review)
|Net Cafe: Web StartUps - Oct 6, 2000|
Google co-founder Sergei Brin and former San Francisco 49er's quarterback Steve Young are featured guests in this episode. Brin talks about the "new" search engine called Google and how it works; Steve Young talks about his life after football which includes being Chairman of the Board of an internet startup called found.com. Also featured is Douglas Boxer, son of California Senator Barbara Boxer. He started a new web site called voter.com...
Keywords: google; steve young; sergei brin
Downloads: 14,896 (4 reviews)
|g4tv.com-video28308: Hack, Hack, Hack - G4TV.com|
We check out the very best in hacker blogs, including Hack-A-Day.com and Hackszine.com, to show you how to hack anything and everything you desire.
Keywords: G4TV.com videos
Downloads: 45 (1 review)
A look at various web sites that focus on aliens and unidentified flying objects. Guests include Dan Plonsie, webmaster for berkeley.edu, a site that has lots of information about UFOs and spacey topics; Jerry Bjornson, head of Abductees Anonymous, an organization for people claiming to have been abducted by aliens; and "Chris" (also known as Schwa Head) who reviews several flying saucer sites including MUFON and Schwa Corporation...
Keywords: aliens; flying saucers; abductions
Downloads: 9,290 (2 reviews)
|Wide Area Information Servers (WAIS) launch lecture - Xerox PARC|
Brewster Kahle's lecture on WAIS about 2 months after the open-source version was launched on the Internet. This was the first Internet Publishing system and just pre-dated gopher and the World Wide Web. This was recorded at Xerox PARC in California
Keywords: WAIS; Internet History
Downloads: 2,505 (1 review)
As the computer and the television began to merge, we started seeing intelligent TV sets. This program looks at some examples. Demonstrations include the TVModem from En Technology, the Kayak set top box from HP, MicroWare Systems' DAVID (Digital Audio Video Interactive Decoder), the new cable modem from Intel, and the new MPEG (Moving Picture Experts Group) standard for encoding full motion video on a computer...
Keywords: set top box; cable modem; cybercast
Downloads: 24,164 (3 reviews)
|The Ultimate Gamer's PC|
A user's guide on how to buy, or build, the ultimate gaming PC. The program looks at CPUs, sound cards, and graphic cards. Demonstrations include the NVidia GeForce3 nfiniteFX graphics engine, Philips Acoustic Edge 5.1 surround audio system for PCs, Intel's 1.7 gigahertz Pentium 4 microprocessor, and customized gaming PCs from Alienware and Falcon Northwest. Games demonstrated include Chameleon, Zoltar, Inferno, Black and White, and Quake III Arena...
Keywords: games; sound cards; graphics cards
Downloads: 2,473 (2 reviews)
Computer games are not only fun but they, perhaps more than any other application, push the edge of computing power. We take a look at the latest in computer games and dedicated game consoles.
Keywords: Episode year: 2000; Companies: Sega; Companies: Sony; Companies: Nintendo; Gaming
Downloads: 4,105 (1 review)
A look at early computer games. Featured are Earl Weaver Baseball, Ferrari Formula One, Tower of Myraglen, and Shanghai. Includes a visit to Electronic Arts customer support department and an interview with author and game designer Douglas Adams. Featured studio guests include game designers Richard Seaborne, Jeff Lefferts, and Brodie Lockard. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1988; Television Programs; Computers: History; Gaming
Downloads: 4,135 (2 reviews)
|g4tv.com-video4977: Dell Dimension 8200 - G4TV.com|
Dell Dimension 8200
Keywords: G4TV.com videos; G4TV.com unpublic video ids; techtv lost clips
Downloads: 53 (1 review)
|Online Gaming - Steward Cheifet Productions|
Computer games are not only fun but they, perhaps more than any other application, push the edge of computing power. We take a look at the latest in computer games and dedicated game consoles. [Episode #1905, First broadcast: 10/16/2001]
Keywords: Episode year: 2001; Gaming; Companies: Sega
Downloads: 2,764 (2 reviews)
|TechTV The Screen Savers Sept 9th? 2002 - TechTV|
This is episode of The screen savers from September 2002. This is also has a full episode of TechLive in it too. This was found on newsbin. Here is what was on the nfo file: Source:-----------------------VHS tape from analog cable in 2003 Video Codec:------------------XviD ------------------------------NTSC Aspect 4:3 ------------------------------29.97 frames per second ------------------------------640x480 frame size Bitrate:----------------------Approx 2000kbps/sec Audio Codec:---------------...
Keywords: tss; TechTV; techtv; the-screen-savers; leo-laporte; patrick-norton
Downloads: 405 (1 review)
|BBS Documentary: Ebony Eyes - Jason Scott Sadofsky|
Interview with Ebony Eyes, ANSI artist from the late 1980s, for the BBS Documentary. Conducted on April 26, 2004. The last interview conducted for the BBS Documentary, a few days after the end of Notacon. Conducted with the assistance of RaD Man of ACiD. Subjects covered included working in the ANSI art form, favorite programs for drawing, WWIVnet and politics involved in it, and perspectives on the later ANSI Art Scene of the 1990s.
Keywords: bbs; documentary; ebony eyes; ansi
Downloads: 3,980 (1 review)
|Commodore 64 Training Tape with Jim Butterfield - Jim Butterfield|
This is a video tape which reflects on the best 8bit machine in the world. The COMMODORE 64. Jim Butterfield guides you through the basics on how to get the full gift from the C64 from setting it up and explaining how machine code works. There's also the use of the modem from the c64 for booking online flights and info.. There is everything on this video that you need to know about the computer. He even takes the casing off and explains on the chips, what they are called and what their purpose i...
Keywords: Commodore 64; jim butterfield; training tape
Downloads: 1,992 (1 review)
|Computer Bowl VI Part 1|
The sixth annual Computer Bowl contest pitting East coast techies against West coast nerds to see who knows more about computer trivia. West coast team: Bill Gates, Bill Joy, Jeffery Kalb, David Liddle, Harry Saal. East coast team: Mitchell Kapor, Bob Frankston, Pamela McCorduck, David Nelson, Neil Colvin. Guest quesetioner: Andy Grove. Host: Stewart Cheifet. Originally broadcast in 1994.
Keywords: Episode Year: 1994; Television Programs; Computers: History; Computer Bowl; Bill Gates
Downloads: 2,856 (1 review)
This is the very first episode of the Net Cafe series. It was shot on location at a cybercafe in San Francisco called CoffeeNet. It looks at the hacker culture and their influence on the early growth of the internet. Guests include Dan Farmer, author of SATAN and COPS; Eliaz Levi (aka Aleph 1), webmaster of underground.org and Bugtraq; also "Omega" and "White Knight" from Cult of the Dead Cow. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Keywords: CDC; r00t; Def Con
Downloads: 35,421 (10 reviews)
Security issues related to the world's increasing dependence on information in computer networks.Guests: Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Donn Parker, SRI International; Jim Holmes, Tri-Data CorporationProducts/Demos: Digi-Link, Add & Answer Verification
Keywords: Episode year: 1984
Downloads: 7,366 (1 review)
For the first fifteen years of the Computer Chronicles, when it was still hard to find technology news on television, each episode would end with a five minute summary of the week's personal computer news. Reporters presenting Random Access each week included Maria Gabriel, Kate Megargee, Cynthia Steele, Wendy Woods, Janelle Stelson, and Laurie Anderson. These are examples of some of those broadcasts...
Keywords: news; computer
Downloads: 3,178 (1 review)
|Low End Computers|
A consumer's guide to the most popular low-cost home computers.Guests: Jack Tramiel, Atari; Leonard Tramiel, Atari; Frank Leonardi, Commodore; Gary Kildall, Digital ResearchProducts/Demos: Commodore Laptop, Commodore 128, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST 512
Keywords: Episode year: 1985
Downloads: 23,768 (4 reviews)
Virtual reality started out as a science fiction concept in the early 1950s. Now, VR has become a kind of holy grail - lots of promises and claims, few results delivered. This program looks at the state of virtual reality. Demonstrations include the Talking Glove, AutoDesk's Cyberspace project, the Virtual Hand, GestureGlove, CyberGlove, CyberCAD, Virtus Corporation's WalkThrough. Also a visit to the Virtual Reality Showcase at the Software Development Conference in Santa Clara, California...
Keywords: VRML; cyberspace; VR; AutoCAD
Downloads: 14,059 (4 reviews)
|High Tech India - Part One - Sara O'Brien|
India is the hot place now for companies to look at for new software development. The trend actually started more than fifteen years ago. This is an early look at the growth of high-tech in India, shot on location in Bangalore, New Delhi, and Bombay. Guests: Mike Shah, Digital Equipment; Vinay Deshpande, PSIAshok Soota, Wipro; Venkat Mohan, Wipro; P. S. Deodhar, Electronic Comm; S. G. Pitroda, Advisor to the PM Arjun Malhotra, Hindustan; Rajendra Pawar, NIIT, Jerry Gaudet, DECS...
Keywords: india; bombay; new delhi; bangalore; outsourcing; software
Downloads: 15,243 (4 reviews)
Peek-a-boo! The Net has become much more than a text-based exchange medium. People are now putting their personal lives on line, with video. Featured sites include homecams.com, braindump.com, anacam.com, crl.com, simplenet.com, concentric.net/~ballhigh/colorcam.html, chatv.com, and vip.stanford.edu. Hosts are Jane Wither, Andrew deVries, and Stewart Cheifet. Shot on location at the CyberSmith internet cafe in Palo Alto, California...
Keywords: voyeurism; web cam; anacam; 204
Downloads: 37,519 (1 review)
|Mac Update - Stewart Cheifet|
Steve Jobs returns to Apple and the turnaround is underway with the launch of the sleek iMac. A look at what's new at Apple. Included are a review of the new iMac, the new Macintosh Power G3, the new Mac OS 8.1, and a powerful graphics and animation demonstration using ElectricImage software. Featured guests include Steve Jobs, Ellen Hancock, Tim Draper, and editors from MacAddict magazine. Originally broadcast in 1998.
Keywords: Episode year: 1998
Downloads: 6,634 (1 review)
|Comdex Spring 1992|
Highlights of the annual spring Comdex show in Chicago. Featured guests include Bill Gates and Stewart Alsop. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Downloads: 1,555 (1 review)
The availability of reasonably priced color printers changed the way people and businesses used computers. This program covers new color printers from Hewlett Packard, Tektronix, QMS, Canon, ColossalJet, and ProofPositive. Originally broadcast in 1994.
Downloads: 1,349 (1 review)
|The New Macs|
Almost ten years after the original Mac was introduced, Apple came out with several new models including color Macs. This program looks at several new Mac products including the Color Mac Classic, the Macintosh LC III, the PowerBook Duo 230, the Centris 650, and the Quadra 800. Special guests include Apple CEO John Sculley and analyst David Coursey. Also features coverage of MacWorld Tokyo. Originally broadcast in 1993.
Keywords: apple; macintosh; john sculley
Downloads: 4,375 (1 review)
Highlights from the annual winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas featuring new personal technology products. Guest's include T/Maker CEO Heidi Roizen. Originally broadcast in 1991.
Keywords: CES; consumer electronics; gadgets
Downloads: 4,235 (1 review)
|Buying a New Computer|
Consumer advice on how to buy a new computer. Features tips from Andrew Reinhardt of BYTE, Wendy Taylor of PC Computing, Rik Myslewski of MacUser, and Galen Gruman of MacWorld, Owen Linderholm of PC World, and Marty Jerome of PC Computing. Originally broadcast in 1993.
Downloads: 2,129 (1 review)
|Consumer Buyers Guide 1988|
A consumer's guide to cool holiday gifts for computer enthusiasts and gadget lovers.Guests: Gary Kildall, DRIPaul Schindler, CMPJan Lewis, Lewis Research; Wendy Woods, NewsbytesProducts/Demos: Inboard 386 PCNorton Utilities Adv Edition; OPTune; JT Fax Portable; Microtype Keyboard; King's Quest IVMacintosh IIAmanda Stories; Hyper; Animator; Shufflepuck; NEC Ultralite
Keywords: Episode year: 1988
Downloads: 3,968 (1 review)
Printer technology from daisy wheel to dot matrix to laser.Guests: Herb Lechner, SRI; Steve Ray, Diablo; Paul Shapiro, Diablo; John Ebach, PARC; Doug Curry, Xerox; Tibor Fischally, XeroxProducts/Demos: Diablo Daisy Wheel Printer, Diablo Thermal Printer, Diablo Series C Ink Jet Printer, Xerox Color Laser Printer
Keywords: Episode year: 1984
Downloads: 3,626 (1 review)
Floppy drives, hard drives, and bubble memory.Guests: Al Shugart, Seagate; Frank Sordello, Memorex; Gary Kildall, DRIProducts/Demos: 5 ¼ inch floppy drive, 3 ½ inch floppy drive, RCA CED videodisk, 3680 1.2 GB spindle disk
Keywords: Episode year: 1984
Downloads: 12,351 (3 reviews)
|Computers in Communications|
Computer and communication technologies are merging creating the new field of informatics.Guests: Bob Metcalfe, 3Com; Bill Gillis, Charles Schwab; Glenn Albinger, Computer Colorworks; Barry Margerum, Grid Systems; Gary Kildall, Digital ResearchProducts/Demos: Ethernet, UNET, Digital Paintbrush System, Grid Compass, QuoTrekRolm Jupiter and Cedar Systems, AT&T 7300
Keywords: Episode year: 1985
Downloads: 3,501 (1 review)
Downloads: 3,317 (1 review)
The rise of the web created an opportunity for a programming language that was independent of the user platform. Java was the first major language to take advantage of that. This program looks at various versions of Java and Java apps including Instant Coffee, the Lotus Bean Machine, Novita Live Letter, and CUChat 1.0. Originally broadcast in 1997.
Keywords: java; sun microsystems; lotus
Downloads: 4,797 (2 reviews)
|Hi Tech Hawaii - Part 3|
We'll take you to Kauai to see where the Defense Department is testing the Ballistic Missile Defense Program, formerly known as SDI or STAR WARS. We'll visit one of the world's most powerful supercomputer centers on the island of Maui, and we'll go to the big island to find out why some high tech workers have given up on the mainland, and are now telecommuting from Hawaii.
Keywords: Episode year: 2001; Military
Downloads: 2,535 (1 review)
Like most new communications technologies, sex drove the early days of the Internet. This program looks at the explosion of online sex sites. Featured guests include Danni Ashe, the cover girl for the online sex industry. Sites covered include nervelink.com, danni.com, one-and-only.com, salon.com, and askisadora.com. Hosts are Jane Wither, Andrew deVries, and Stewart Cheifet. Shot on location at the CyberSmith internet cafe in Palo Alto, California...
Keywords: sex; porn; erotica; danni ashe; 220
Downloads: 740,040 (1 review)
|Windows Enhancements - Hardware|
When Windows first came out, it needed help, from software add-ons and hardware add-ons. This program looks at some of the hardware products that helped make the early version of Windows work better. Demonstrations include the J-Mouse Keyboard, the Viewsonic 7 monitor, the Logitech TrackMan stationary mouse, Diamond's Stealth VRAM graphic acclerator and the SuperStar VLB card, WatchIt!TV, custom upgrades from Sigma Data, and the Weitek processor accelerator...
Keywords: microsoft; mouse; trackball; accelerator; monitor; keyboard; graphics
Downloads: 7,941 (4 reviews)
|Speech Recognition and Synthesis|
An look at the latest advances in speech technology involving both voice recognition and speech synthesis.Guests: Michael O'Malley, Berkeley Speech Tech; Charles Cochran, Electronic Speech Sys; Steve Bettencourt, Votan; Janet Baker, Dragon Systems; George Morrow, Morrow ComputingProducts/Demos: Speech Plus, Software Speech, BestSpeech, VoiceKey, Voice Libraries, Voice Scribe 1000
Keywords: Episode year: 1987
Downloads: 3,517 (2 reviews)
|The New Amigas|
Before there was a Macintosh, the Amiga was the computer for the creative community. This program looks at the Amiga 2000, the Amiga 500, Photon Video Cell Animator, Music X, Video Toaster, and Interceptor. Originally broadcast in 1988.
Keywords: amiga; commodore; video toaster
Downloads: 18,673 (5 reviews)
|Building GUI applications with Python, GTK and Glade - Hampshire Linux User Group|
Pete Savage talks about getting started developing GUI applications on Linux using Python, GTK and Glade. This is a beginner level talk. See http://www.hantslug.org.uk/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?TechTalks for more details and copies of the presentation that accompanied the talk. This talk was given at the Hampshire Linux User Group (HantsLUG) meeting on 2nd December 2006 at Southampton University, UK. There is an OGG Theora / Vorbis version available...
Keywords: Hampshire Linux User Group; HantsLUG; talk; LUG; python; glade; gtk; gui development
Downloads: 7,571 (1 review)
Computers and the digital revolution forever changed the world of music. This program looks at several new approaches to creating and sharing music. Demonstrations include Vid Grid, Sound Toy, William Orbit Strange Cargo, So You Want to be a Rock & Roll Star, Rock & Roll On Your Own, Dylan:Highway 61 Interactive, Video Jam, and Vivace. Also featured is a visit to Todd Rundgren's sound studio in Sausalito, California and a preview of his CD-ROM entitled "No World Order"...
Keywords: music; music video; todd rungren
Downloads: 10,708 (3 reviews)
AT&T's computer operating system is threatening to take over IBM's MS-DOS dominance.Guests: John Mashey, Bell Labs; Mark Sobell, Author; Bill Joy, Sun Microsystems; Doug Hartman, Hewlett Packard; Mike Denney, Basis; Gary Kildall, DRIProducts/Demos: File It, HP Integral PC, UNIX
Keywords: Episode year: 1985
Downloads: 24,805 (6 reviews)
A look at the new role of personal computers in making music. Products demonstrated include Super Jam from Blue Ribbon Soundworks, Encore for Windows from Passport Designs, EZ Vision and Studio Vision from Opcode Systems, and the Miracle Piano. The show incudes visits to the Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics and the annual National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) convention is Los Angeles...
Keywords: Episode Year: 1992; Television Programs; Computers: History
Downloads: 12,544 (1 review)
It was the biggest ever launch of a software product with stores opening at midnight and buyers around the world waiting to get their hands on... an operating system! It was Windows 95. This show looks at the hoopla surrounding the launch of Windows 95, the product itself, and several Windows 95 add-on products including Microsoft Office, Viking RAM Chips, Uninstaller, Trispectives Professional, and The Hive...
Keywords: windows; microsoft; operating systems
Downloads: 15,984 (2 reviews)
The buzz word at the end of 1996 was wireless. This program looks at several new wireless technologies including the HP Vectra 500 with an InfraRed (IR) access port, the LaserJet 6P, the Omnibook and the Omnigo, all with IR ports. Also covered are wireless PC card modems from Motorola including the Personal Messenger 100D, the Personal Messenger 100C, and the Tango 2-Way Pager. Also, AT&T's Smart Phone and the Unwired Planet's Pocket Net...
Keywords: infrared; satellite; mobile
Downloads: 2,520 (2 reviews)
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Keywords: Episode year: 1996
Downloads: 1,967 (2 reviews)
|Computers & Politics 1992|
A look at how computers were used in the 1992 election campaign, the first time computers were used in a significant way in running political campaigns. Examples include Governor Jerry Brown's presidentail campaign, fund raising by the Democratic National Committee, opinion tracking, and lobbying. Originally broadcast in 1992.
Keywords: politics; elections; candidates
Downloads: 1,582 (1 review)
Voice over IP is now a hot topic, but telephony over the Internet started to gain steam in the mid 1990s. This program looks at some early examples of VOIP technology. Demonstrations include Quarterdeck Web Phone, VDONet, Infospace, Timecast, NetSpeak, and OnLive Technologies. Guests include Rob Enderle of the GIGA Information Group, Naveen Jain of Infospace, Tony Zuccarino of VDONet, NetSpeak CEO John Staten, and Matt Hulett of Progressive Networks...
Keywords: voice over IP; VOIP; telephone; internet
Downloads: 2,875 (3 reviews)
|On Line Shopping|
With the internet growing by leaps and bounds, online shopping became a hot topic in the mid 1990's. This program looked at several new online shopping efforts including onsale.com, cybercash.com, digicash.com, verisign.com, firelfy.com, amazon.com, cybergold.com, and netradio.com. Featured guests include Jerry Kaplan, Magdalena Yesil, and Robert Griggs. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Keywords: ecommerce; shopping; online
Downloads: 2,527 (3 reviews)
|Computer Chronicles - Search Engines - Stewart Cheifet|
An early pre-Google look at search engine technology. Episode # 1404.
Keywords: search; internet; chronicles; cheifet
Downloads: 2,544 (1 review)